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YouTube / Rossiya-1For months, Evgeny Popov dreamed of humiliating U.S. President Joe Biden at the summit with Vladimir Putin in Geneva on Wednesday. He arrived early, received a press pass, and paced the lawn in front of Villa La Grange, waiting for the opportunity to sink his teeth into the adversary. But it was not to be.Shortly before the summit commenced, Russian journalists were notified that they would not be allowed to question Biden at the press conference. Popov’s press credentials, is
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
The man was shot in the chest.
- Raleigh News and Observer
“We need people to understand it shouldn’t take someone to die for us to take action,” said Tiffany James, president of Columbia’s National Action Network, which helped organize the event.
- The Week
Stacey Abrams knows how to get things done
- WCVB - Boston
A driver was charged with operating under the influence in a fatal crash in Lawrence.
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The former Panthers quarterback missed one game due to injury in 2020.
- The State
Tuesday was a good day to be a Carolina Panthers defensive player.
The Treasury was "reluctant" to say the scheme could be used this way, emails from a civil servant suggest.
Plans to tackle ransomware hackers starts on shaky ground with a disagreement over who is responsible.
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Heat index values represent what the temperature feels like in shady, light wind conditions. Those in the sunshine can increase heat index values by up to 15 degrees.
- LA Times
'You CAN teach this old dog new tricks,' Rita Moreno wrote while walking back her comments on the colorism controversy surrounding 'In the Heights.'
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One person is dead after as many as six people were shot Wednesday afternoon in west Baltimore, city police said. Police Commissioner Michael Harrison said they received a ShotSpotter alert and received calls around 2:23 p.m. to the 2100 block West Lexington Street near North Pulaski Street in west Baltimore for shots fired. Police said two to three suspects were seen by witnesses walking when they opened fire on the block.
2 TikTokers who show how the same clothes look on different body types say it's a challenge to find size-inclusive brands
In the posts, they each wear the same outfits to show that viewers shouldn't limit their style based on their size.
OnlyFans model says she was kicked out of a $26,000-a-week vacation rental for posting a bikini image at the pool
OnlyFans model Karley Stokes said that after she posted her poolside photo, a security guard arrived to escort her group out of the Florida property.
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FacebookJust months before he was murdered alongside his mother, Paul Murdaugh, the 22-year-old son of a prominent South Carolina prosecutor, received death threats for his role in a drunken boating accident that left a teen girl dead, family members revealed Thursday.“I didn’t think it was a credible threat—if it was, I would have tried to do something or notify someone,” John Marvin Murdaugh, one of Paul’s uncles, told Good Morning America in the first family interview since the murders. “But
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Mark and Patricia McCloskey were charged with felonies last year after they were recorded brandishing guns at protesters and previously pleaded not guilty.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) announced Thursday that he opposes the compromise on Democrats' sweeping voting rights bill proposed by Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.).Why it matters: Voting legislation requires 60 votes to pass in the Senate. Without Republican support, it is unlikely to pass. Manchin is the sole Democratic senator who has not signed on to the For the People Act, insisting that it's too partisan.Get market news worthy of your time with Axios Markets. Subscribe for fre
The St. Louis couple who pointed guns at Black Lives Matter protesters from their lawn of the St. Louis mansion last July, pled guilty Thursday to one count of fourth-degree assault as part of a plea deal, reports local NBC affiliate KSDK. Why it matters: Mark McCloskey launched his bid for Missouri's Senate seat last month. Thursday's plea deal will not interfere with his campaign.Get market news worthy of your time with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free.Flashback: Mark and Patricia McCloskey w
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Michael Fanone said on Wednesday he was ‘very cordial’ in interaction with Andrew Clyde in Capitol elevator earlier that day Andrew Clyde in Washington. Fanone said when he tried to shake Clyde’s hand ‘he just stared at me. I asked if he was going to shake my hand, and he told me that he didn’t who know I was.’ Photograph: Michael Brochstein/SOPA Images/REX/Shutterstock A Republican congressman “ran as quickly as he could, like a coward” when a police officer injured in the attack on Congress on
- Business Insider
Some experts worry that Delta could cause more breakthrough infections. Others are concerned that it might evolve into an even more dangerous variant.